November 10, 2009
Sean Singletary spent his first season in the NBA bouncing around from team to team and now his journey has taken him overseas. Singletary signed a contract to play in Spain for the remainder of the season.
The former Cavalier signed a contract with Caja Laboral Baskonia to play for the remainder of this season with the Spanish club. He can choose to leave the team after two months. Singletary will join his new team in Athens, Greece, for action on Wednesday.
Singletary was drafted in 2008 by the Sacramento Kings and has seen his fair share of clubs during his short professional career. He was traded from Sacramento to Houston in August of 2008, before being picked up by Phoenix just eleven days later. Singletary spent the first two months of the regular season with the Suns, but was shipped to the Bobcats in mid-December. He was sent to Sioux Falls of the NBA Developmental League to finish out the season in March and was released by Charlotte at the end of the 2008-2009 season.
This offseason saw Singletary take part in summer league action with the Pistons, before signing a conditional contract with Philadelphia prior to training camp.
We will keep you posted on Singletary's progress in Spain.
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